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Job Title: Senior Research Fellow
Job Number:
Organization: Conservation Law Foundation
Posted: 6/18/2018
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Community Health
Industry: Non Profit / NGO
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Boston,  MA    USA
Compensation: competative
Position Description: • Provide strategic guidance in the design of participatory research methods and mixed-method analysis models; • Coordinate and manage day to day research activities related to the Healthy Neighborhoods Study; • Work closely with the Director of Research and Partnerships, and partners from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Urban Studies and Planning to manage and facilitate data collection and analysis, including primary survey and interview data from community partners and big data from institutional health and planning data sets; • Manage relationships with community and institutional partners; • Capture and disseminate research findings to a wide array of audiences including academia, philanthropy, public health, local government, urban planning, housing, economic development, transportation and community through scholarly and editorial writing, web, case studies, story-telling, conference presentations and workshops; • Work with the HNRC to identify opportunities to apply the research findings to the local field of practice to help improve neighborhood conditions, housing development and health.

Qualifications: Masters degree or equivalent in urban planning, public health, or related fields required. PhD student or postdoc preferred; Minimum of 5 years of progressive applied or community-based research required; Strong command of community-based participatory research methods (including but not limited to CPBP, PAR, popular education, social participation, civic engagement, anthropological observation etc.) required; Experience in the design and management of qualitative and quantities data analysis models and processes, including data entry, coding, cleaning, modeling and analysis required; Experience using research in an applied/translational manner to drive systems transformation and/or social justice; Experience working directly with academic, government and community partners – including community-based organizations and residents in communities of color – and ability to lead diverse cross- disciplinary teams; Excellent interpersonal communication and relationship building skills; ability to communicate complex concepts and in a clear, simple and compelling manner to diverse audiences; Genuine enjoyment working in teams and with partners from various backgrounds in a long-term collaborative manner required; Experience with data analysis systems such as, but not limited to: SASS, STATA, Tableau, R, GIS, RedCap, Qualitrics is a plus!; Ability to travel to communities in the Boston-metro area via public or personal transportation required; Some nights and weekends working in communities with partners and residents required; Experience leading or participating in community organizing, civic movements, citizen engagement is a plus!

Organization Description: Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) protects New England’s environment for the benefit of all people. A non-profit, member- supported organization, CLF uses the law, science and the market to solve the region’s most challenging environmental problems from climate change to ocean conservation to transportation. Every day, CLF advocates stand up for New Englanders— in state houses, court houses and board rooms, regulatory hearings and community gatherings—to forge innovative paths to environmental progress and economic prosperity for all in our region. To that end, CLF works with communities of color, and also communities that are economically or otherwise disadvantaged, which often suffer disproportionately the impacts of environmental degradation. CLF is committed to representing New England’s diversity in our staff, volunteers, boards and membership and creating a positive, inclusive workplace culture where all can thrive. People of color are encouraged to apply.

Closing Date: 9/18/2018
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Vedette Gavin,  Senior Research Fellow
Contact Location: 62 Summer Street

Boston   MA  02110
United States
Contact Location: 62 Summer Street
 
  Boston   MA  02110
  United States
Contact Phone: 6178501752 
Contact Fax:
Contact Email: vgavin@clf.org
Web Address: www.clf.org/research
How to Apply: Send your resume titled “your last name- first initial-resume” (e.g. “SMITH J RESUME”) and a detailed cover letter titled “your last name-first initial- cover” (e.g. “SMITH J COVER”) to careers@clf.org. Please make “Senior Research Fellow” the subject of your e- mail. Application materials must be received no later than June 29, 2018. No phone calls please.

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